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Magic stone circle

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Holašovice Stonehenge
Inserted: 14.10.2022
Author: Martin Javorský © gigaplaces.com
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On the meadow above the southeastern edge of the tourist-attractive village of Holašovice (about 15 km west of České Budějovice) there is a large stone circle made of menhirs. The way to it is marked by arrows from the village's very visited village.

Stone circle

The stone circle with a diameter of 30 m is made up of 25 boulders of different shapes and sizes. In the middle is the central stone. It was built in August 2008 by local citizen Václav Jílek.

Stone circle
Author: Martin Javorský © gigaplaces.com

Energy from stone

According to the authors, the stone circle is energetically functional and serves to remove negative energy from the visitor's body and to pump up positive energy. In the gazebo in front of the circle, there are detailed instructions on how to proceed for visitors.

Energy from stone
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Conflicting opinions on the effectiveness of the circle

Allegedly, the circle has positive healing effects, it is used for meditation and the elimination of pathogenic zones. However, many people do not feel any effects and are skeptical about the effectiveness of the stone circle. For example, the Czech Sisyphus Club of Skeptics awarded this object and its creators the antigen „Bludný balvan“.

Conflicting opinions on the effectiveness of the circle
Author: Martin Javorský © gigaplaces.com

Dolmen

In 2011, about 100 meters northwest of the circle, a dolmen was built from three four-meter, eight-ton granite boulders, on which a flat stone rests as a roof. The grand opening took place on June 25, 2011 as part of the summer solstice celebrations.

Dolmen
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Vast campus

The entire area is quite large and is also used for organizing various cultural events, celebrations and concerts.

Vast campus
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